Indicators of population and population balance must be seen from the interrelation of the population with various very broad development phenomena. The balance indicator must be used as a guide and material for targeting enormous human resources development and at the same time as a development actor.
City problems are developing and as the population increases, land needs, both for settlement and other urban activities, are increasing. Land as a natural resource is limited and human needs continue to increase, as a result the availability of land becomes a rarity and an expensive economic commodity.
Partnership in development housing and settlements should be implemented. Besides the importance of the product, spatial planning policies in the effort of structuring and regulating population growth and demand for housing and settlements. The spatial planning policies should be based on considerations of environmental and social economic conditions, both at this time and the trend towards future developments.